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How do I access my DataSet's datarow elements by name?

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If I have a table within my DataSet and I need to access an item within one of the rows of my table, by the column name, how do i do this? the following does not work.

dsIH.Tables[0].Rows[j].ItemArray("INVOICE_ID").ToString(),
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Steve Dubyo earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

This should do it..

dsIH.Tables[0].Rows[j]["INVOICE_ID"],

EDIT: Of course you can add ToString at the end of that if you need to return a string..

dsIH.Tables[0].Rows[j]["INVOICE_ID"].ToString(),
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